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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 3rd, 2018
 Climate, Digital, Energy, EU, Europe, Migration, North Korea, Nuclear, Russia, Technology, US
 
Must-Reads
Technology - When Science Fiction Becomes Reality: Redefining the Legal and Social Framework for Artificial Intelligence, Sabina Varga, VoteWatch
​Technology - The Age of Artificial Intelligence: A European Strategy for Human-Centric Machines, European Political Strategy Centre
Digital - How to measure the digital economy - and close the massive information gap, Bret Swanson, AEIdeas
Digital/Russia - Russian Infowar Targets Transatlantic Bonds, Sophie Eisentraut & Bret Schafer, Cipher Brief
US - The Decline of the American Brand, Robert D. Kaplan, American Interest
US - Twin deficit danger of ‘America First’, Desmond Lachman, AEIdeas
US/Europe - Deep Polarization, But Hope Persists, Karen Donfried & Kevin Cottrell, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
US/Europe - A Way Forward For NATO Allies: Cope With Trump While Preparing for a Post-Trump Future, Stanley R. Sloan, War On The Rocks
Europe - Europe is losing the fight against dirty money, Giulia Paravicini, Politico
Nuclear - Trump’s new national security team likely spells disaster for the Iran nuclear deal: What happens next? Suzanne Maloney, Brookings
North Korea - The Right Way to Coerce North Korea, Victor Chan & Katrin Fraser Katz, Foreign Affairs
EU/Migration - EU Remains Unprepared for the Next Migration Crisis, Stefan Lehne, Carnegie Europe
Energy/Climate - Europe's $38 Billion Carbon Market Is Finally Doing Its Job, Jeremy Hodges, Ewa Krukowska & Mathew Carr, Bloomberg​

 
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